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<b>Is chemotherapy always necessary for breast cancer?</b> Chemotherapy may be recommended for some women diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer if the cancer is hormone-receptor-negative and HER2-positive. Chemotherapy usually is NOT recommended for non-invasive, in situ cancers such as DCIS because they have very little risk of spreading to other parts of the body.
<b>Can cancer patient eat yogurt?</b> Cheese may raise breast cancer risk, but yogurt could reduce it. Researchers have found that eating high amounts of cheddar and cream cheeses may increase women’s risk of breast cancer, but a high intake of yogurt may reduce risk of the disease.
<b>What are the seven warning signs of breast cancer?</b> Even if you feel no distinct mass or lump, if you notice that any part of your breast is experiencing swelling, then it may be breast cancer. Skin irritation or dimpling. This irritation and dimpling is sometimes referred to as looking like an orange peel would. Breast or nipple pain.
<b>What increases the chance of breast cancer?</b> The risk for breast cancer increases with age; most breast cancers are diagnosed after age 50. Genetic mutations. Inherited changes (mutations) to certain genes, such as BRCA1 and BRCA2. Women who have inherited these genetic changes are at higher risk of breast and ovarian cancer.
<b>Is there a pill form of chemotherapy?</b> Oral chemo is any drug you take by mouth to treat cancer. Oral chemo is not given to you with a needle. It’s a liquid or pill that you swallow. Chemo you swallow is as strong as other forms of chemo and works just as well.
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